Monthly Archives: March 2015
Here a two great websites that provide lots of great pattern problems. Spotting Numbers Visual Patterns These patterns can be used with elementary students (if you just ask number questions) through advanced algebra (if you include questions about functions). Mathematics … Continue reading
This posting provides links to various for this presentation made at the Annual ISMAA Meeting in Dekalb, IL on 3/27/2015. My abstract is here. Background CCSSM is here. PARCC page is here. My Common Core Math Standards: Information, Links, and … Continue reading
Grand Challenges and Opportunities in Mathematics Education Research NCTM statement http://www.nctm.org/Publications/journal-for-research-in-mathematics-education/2015/Vol46/Issue2/Grand-Challenges-and-Opportunities-in-Mathematics-Education-Research/
John Maxwell’s minute with Maxwell is on the word Teach. In a couple minutes he hits the nail on the head. http://johnmaxwellteam.com/teach-2?i=lLLW
5 Practical Learning Tips Based On How People Do–And Don’t–Learn 5 Practical Learning Tips Based On How People Do–And Don’t–Learn
great information The Myth Of Learning Styles Another good article: https://www.theatlantic.com/amp/article/557687/?__twitter_impression=true
It’s time for us to realize that (1) assessment (of student learning) is harder than one might think (harder than we thought) and (2) increasing our #assessment efforts may not improve student learning. It’s time we use assessment strategically.